Corcovado Sunrise Tour

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Enjoy  The Corcovado Sunrise tour Drake, Sirena, Drake One Day.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
      Corcovado National Park
    • Activity Level Fairly Easy
      2/8
    • Group Size Small Group
      10 - 2 people
    All about the Corcovado Sunrise Tour.

    Corcovado National Park is one of the largest in Costa RIca, it houses the best population of scarlet macaws, more than 300 bird species, 5 species of cats, 2 species of sloths, 4 species of monkeys, both species of peccaries, as well as several endemic species of birds. and plants. It was created in 1975 and since then hunting was banned, for that reason the animals are not afraid and let tourists get closer without having to run away. The park has 6 ranger stations of which 4 are open to tourists.

    Recommendations

    • water shoes for getting on and off the boat
    • Comfortable clothes
    • Small backpack
    • water
    • Insect repellent
    • Sunblock
    • Hiking shoes
    • Put electronic devices in plastic bags

     

     

     

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

    What is Includes?

    • Certified guides
    • Boat transportation round trip
    • Lunch
    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

    Does not include

    • Snack during the tour
    • Water
    1. Itinerary Activities

      The meeting point is Agujitas beach in Drake Bay, there you will meet the guide who will indicate which boat to take, the boat takes an hour to reach the beach of the Sirena Station, when you arrive at the beach you begin the tour that has a duration of 5 hours, you will have a half hour of lunch at the Sirena Station and then return to the beach to take the boat back. The trails are short, flat and with a very high chance of seeing a good number of animals.

       

    No, the only way to get there from Drake Bay is by boat.

    No, the only station that is allowed is in San Pedrillo.

    According to the park guidelines, you can only take food that is packed and does not need to be frozen. energy bars, dried fruits, cookies.

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